Re: "Avoiding the vendor perl fad diet"
On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 3:24 PM, Michael Alan Dorman
> I disagree. I'm developing an application in Dancer *right now*, using
> the same strategy as always with no problems. I simply do not see the
> need for perlbrew.
> On top of that, I maintain 25 servers---to have to deal with perlbrew on
> *all* of them, in order to keep things in sync, etc. *That* would be a
> Yes, I do occasionally have to build my own packages for things, but
> dh-make-perl makes doing that falling-down easy, uscan makes it easy to
> see when upgrades have come out, git-buildpackage makes tracking all of
> it simplicity in itself...
> I simply do not see the need. On Debian, with the ecosystem it
> provides, and the tools that it provides to help you supplement when
> necessary...if you're using perlbrew, you're working too hard.
I'd appreciate a lot if you could provide a detailed step-by-step
explanation on what you do and how you do that?
I think this would be extremely useful to people like myself, who
struggle between aptitude, local::lib and perlbrew.